Kayla Matthews


The Department of Defense (DoD) is taking new measures to increase IT security. To protect against cybercrime from all sources, the DoD has worked on a new standard for its contractors. The result is the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC). The government’s made an effort to improve national cybersecurity for some […]

DoD Implements Cybersecurity Regulation to Protect Against Data Breaches



Cybersecurity is at the forefront of discussion for businesses attempting to protect themselves from an array of risks. As attackers develop more sophisticated techniques to bypass defensive measures, companies must take action and increase the level of computer security they have in place. It starts by implementing necessary security precautions […]

Using Machine Learning to Evaluate Cybersecurity Risks



As everybody becomes more dependent on internet connectivity for work, recreation and socialization, we inevitably increase our risk of digital foul play. Below is a look at five industries that are especially susceptible to cybersecurity threats. Thankfully, they’re also well-positioned to make “cybersecurity 2020” a top priority through cultural and […]

5 Industries Doubling Down on Cybersecurity in 2020


Cities, factories and consumers are coming to rely on IoT technology. While it allows for the collection and use of huge amounts of data, it also creates new massive security risks. These devices aren’t always properly shielded against electromagnetic interference (EMI) and radiofrequency interference (RF interference or RFI) — whether […]

RF Interference and Security: 4 Things to Know





A company’s approach to risk management will often determine its long-term success. As your organization continues to grow, it will encounter a variety of threats that jeopardize progress. Through the application of today’s solutions, however, you can address problems and move forward with confidence. Unfortunately, many of the security tools […]

Understanding Risk Management Better With Lockpath






By: Kayla Matthews HackenProof, an Estonia-based cybersecurity firm, reported recently that it discovered a 73-gigabyte database containing 114 million records of approximately 83 million U.S. citizens and companies sitting unprotected online. The data included information such as first and last name, employers, job title, address, phone number, email, and IP […]

Records of 114 Million U.S. Citizen and Companies Exposed Online